The complete range is now available across all Essentiel stores as well as various department stores throughout the world.
“France and the UK are key markets for the brand, and we know that CPLG will help us to extend the love of Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang with the next generation of fans.”
The acquisition includes taking an 80 per cent controlling interest in Peanuts and 100 per cent of Strawberry Shortcake. The remaining 20 per cent interest in Peanuts will continue to be held by members of the family of Charles M Schulz.
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Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang will now appear in their own text animation ready story app.
The family films also face competition in the form of Charlie Kaufman's acclaimed adult stop-animation drama Anomalisa.
The new deal marks the first showing of the shorts in an English-speaking country.
Classic character brand acquired from American Greetings for $105 million cash.
A sticker activity book and a book of the film is on the way.
Fans can personalise their t-shirts with Charlie Brown and Snoopy, while ensuring a £2 donation to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
British-based designer brand The Rodnik Band to create capsule collection.
Franchise to join over 200 comic strip and cartoon features on comics web portal and emails.